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  1. Kevin Lancaster

    E-tags may become compulsory

    E-tags may become compulsory: report According to reports, e-tolls are here to stay
  2. Kevin Lancaster

    E-tolls an embarrassing mess

    E-tolls an embarrassing mess We can only hope that sanity will prevail in the e-toll fiasco, very early in 2015, writes Outa
  3. Kevin Lancaster

    E-tolling failed before it was turned on

    E-tolling failed before it was turned on Thanks to Sanral’s blind arrogance, society is now wiser to the extent of its power, writes Wayne Duvenage
  4. Kevin Lancaster

    Do the e-toll mathematics, minister

    Do the e-toll mathematics, minister: Outa Outa is shocked at the gross exaggeration and disingenuous nature of transport minister Dipuo Peter’s statement on e-tolls
  5. Kevin Lancaster

    The ANC's plan to scrap e-tolls: report

    Behind the scenes plan to scrap e-tolls: report The scrapping of e-tolls is on the agenda for the ANC in Gauteng, the Sunday Times reported
  6. Kevin Lancaster

    E-tolling is still hurting motorists

    Don’t be fooled by e-toll rhetoric Sanral is trying to punt the benefits of e-tolling, but the truth is that e-tolling is hurting motorists’ pockets
  7. QuintonB

    Sanral dismisses "secrecy bill" talk

    We’re not keeping secrets: Sanral Sanral says its application to the Western Cape High Court has nothing to do with enacting the so-called “secrecy bill”, but rather to protect the confidentiality of in-process tenders.
  8. Kevin Lancaster

    Sanral chairwoman vacates her post

    Sanral chairwoman resigns The chairwoman of Sanral, Tembakazi Mnyaka, has resigned with immediate effect
  9. Kevin Lancaster

    E-toll prosecutions halted by Sanral

    Sanral halts e-toll prosecutions Sanral will heed Transport Minister Dipuo Peters’ call for the prosecution of non-paying e-toll users to be halted for now
  10. QuintonB

    No e-toll prosecution during panel review: minister

    No e-toll prosecutions until November: minister Transport Minister Dipuo Peters says that motorists will not be prosecuted for outstanding e-toll bills until further assessments are concluded.
  11. Kevin Lancaster

    Confusion over scrapping of e-tolls

    E-tolls scrapping confusion Sanral and the Department of Transport sidestep questions on whether all e-tolls will be scrapped in Gauteng
  12. Kevin Lancaster

    Sanral silent on e-toll panel discussion

    Sanral’s e-toll prosecution plans Sanral may be planning to have the prosecuting authorities issue summons to “violators” who have not paid their e-toll bills, said Outa
  13. jes

    How to handle e-toll roadblocks

    How to deal with e-toll roadblocks The Justice Project South Africa has released a step-by-step guide to deal with e-tolls roadblocks
  14. jes

    E-toll unhappiness and funding model explained

    E-toll unhappiness, funding model explained Transport minister, Ismail Vadi, says that the current e-tolls on Gauteng’s freeways will not be scrapped
  15. jes

    E-toll system going down for maintenance

    E-toll system going down for maintenance The e-toll violation processing centre will be unavailable to process transactions from Saturday due to maintenance work, Sanral said.
  16. jes

    E-tolls: good cop, bad cop

    E-tolls: good cop, bad cop E-toll operator adopts different strategies for non-payers of e-tolls
  17. jes

    Traffic police not involved with e-toll checks: community safety department

    Traffic police not involved with e-toll checks: community safety department Gauteng traffic police are not associated with e-toll activities, but are borrowing Sanral equipment
  18. jes

    Roadblocks not about e-tolls: department of community safety

    Roadblocks not about e-tolls: department of community safety Roadblocks in different parts of Gauteng were not linked to e-tolling, the department of community safety said
  19. QuintonB

    Sanral didn't mean to mislead on e-tags

    Sanral: We don’t want to mislead you on e-tolls Sanral says that it was never its intention to mislead the public with its advertising – explaining that its just incredibly difficult to audit the exact figures.
  20. jes

    KwaZula-Natal e-toll reports not true, says transport minister

    KwaZula-Natal e-toll reports not true, says transport minister No decision has been taken to introduce the e-tolling system in KwaZulu-Natal, the transport ministry has said
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